Date posted: 26/04/2022

NSW Certificate Presentation Ceremony Update

A night to remember...

There is no denying that Sydney has received its fair share of rain in the last few months, and the night of the 7th April 2022 was no exception.

The lights dimmed in the Hilton Ballroom and the regional team from NSW celebrated this momentous occasion with almost 171 new members joining the family of Difference Makers here at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ). We were incredibly grateful to the Koomurri Culture where Uncle Allen Madden, Gadigal Elder and Russell Dawson, Didgeridoo player gave the Welcome to Country and various entertainment throughout the night.

Welcome to Country

New members were presented with their membership certificates by our NSW Regional Council Chair, Ben Wong FCA who acknowledged the exceptional achievements of the recipients and highlighted the important role Chartered Accountants play in our profession.

New members

“Chartered Accountants are widely regarded as being at the top of their game and renowned for their capacity to bring higher order thinking to their career, employers and the organisations they serve,” said Renee.

Presentation

The journey you have undertaken to date has been about providing you with knowledge, skills and values that will stay with you throughout your career. It has certainly taken hard work, perseverance, courage and determination - key elements in being a successful future leader.”
Renee Feltrin FCA NSW Regional Manager

The night was not just about acknowledging the outstanding achievements of our new members but also to thank the people that have supported our members during their time of study.

“This evening is as much a celebration for you, as it is for our members. I also recognise the support of the many employers and mentors,” said Ben.

Ben Wong FCA

The Certificate Ceremony Presentation marks the return of face-to-face events and we look forward to seeing you soon.

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